EaglesFanCast Episode 35 – Time For Change

Show Notes: Episode 35 for Thursday, October 7, 2008

The Philadelphia Eagles self-destructed in another game they should have won.  This past Sunday, the Eagles lost at home to the Washington Redskins after opening up a 14-0 lead.  Now the team is 2-3, lost two games in the division and three games in the conference.  We address the loss with a lot of expected frustration and anger, and hope this team, and the coaches, can make the changes necessary to put the Eagles back on top where they should be.

What we discussed:

  • The Philadelphia Eagles lose to the Redskins 23-17 at The Linc
  • The first Offensive drive and the punt return were amazing, but that’s where the fun ended
  • Brian Westbrook fractured two ribs, and is now considered day-to-day
  • Andy Reid’s lack of adjustments cost them this game
  • The Redskins adjusted constantly and were able to counter everything the Eagles tried
  • Akers misses another field goal
  • Zorn outcoached Reid
  • NFC East Division outlook
  • The Eagles go to San Francisco to play the 49ers in a game we must win
  • We have a voicemail from IconJohn
  • We switch gears and talk about the Phillies for a bit

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2 thoughts on “EaglesFanCast Episode 35 – Time For Change”

  1. I agree that it is “time for a change” for the Eagles. I feel McNabb never retured the same after all his injuries. Now to add to the downward sprial of this team we have another injury with Westbrook. Eagles team members have frequent injuries because it is always the job of one or two individuals to carry the entire team. It’s time for the Eagles to stop depending on individual players and play together as a team, no matter if they are rookies or 10 year players.

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